The results of calculating the time of the diet and the daily calorie content. CALCULATION STEP 3 OF 4

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The results of calculating the time of the diet and the daily calorie content. CALCULATION STEP 3 OF 4

Initial data (Edit)
The weight72 kg
Growth168 cm
GenderFemale
Age38 full years
Bust96 cm
Wrist Girthmore 18,5 cm
Lose weight before70.6 kg
Lose weight on1.4 kg
Lose weight in time14 days

Weight loss rate

about 0.1 kg per day (Acceptable).

Gotta lose

  • For 14 days. order 9100 Kcal (kilocalories)
  • This amounts to the value 650 Kcal per day

Energy consumption of the basic metabolism

  • According to Dreyer: 1463 Kcal per day
  • According to Dubois: 1580 Kcal per day
  • According to Costeff: 1554 Kcal per day
  • According to Harris-Benedict: 1470 Kcal per day

The most universal is the last method of calculation – according to Harris-Benedict (depending on the weight of a person, his age and height). Further calculations will be carried out using the results of this method.

The basic metabolism is expressed by the minimum level of processes required for the body that support the constantly working systems and organs of the body (respiration, kidney function, heartbeat, liver function, etc.) – energy consumption at rest.

According to statistics for healthy people of middle age (46 years), the basal metabolic rate for men (average weight 70 kg) is 1605 Kcal (range from 1180 Kcal to 2110 Kcal), and for women (average weight 60 kg) 1311 Kcal (range from 960 Kcal to 1680 Kcal).

The values ​​are determined for a uniform weight loss – which is quite rare – more often the weight loss occurs downward from the maximum value of 1,5 kg. per day or more in the first 2-3 days of the diet (due to the elimination of body fluids) to a minimum at the end of the diet – while the loss of adipose tissue will be about 200 grams per day (this is true for rigid non-medical diets and for absolute starvation).

Sphere of your professional activity
intellectual labor (very low physical activity) – scientists, accountants, students, computer operators, teachers, dispatchers, programmers, leadership positions.
fully automated (light physical activity) – workers on conveyors, packers, seamstresses, radio and communications workers, nurses, nurses, agronomists, service workers, trolleybus and tram drivers, vendors of manufactured goods, etc.
to a large extent mechanized (average physical activity) – locksmiths, adjusters, machine operators, tuners, bus drivers, textile workers, food sellers, surgeons, shoemakers, apparatchiks, railroad workers, chemical plant workers, etc.
partially mechanized (hard physical labor) – milkmaids, agricultural workers, painters, plasterers, vegetable growers, woodworking.
very hard physical work (very high physical activity) – sowing machine operators, bricklayers, loaders, concrete workers, excavators, etc.
Energy consumption by average daily duration
Net time of professional activity

(for example, 40 hours a week is divided by 7 days)

hour.
Average daily sleep and reclining time hour.
Average social activity and outdoor activities (commuting, driving a private car, morning exercises, housework: washing, cooking, cleaning) hour.
Other types of relatively low physical activity and sitting down (for example, watching TV) hour.
The total time of all energy costs – is calculated automatically for allowed scenarios – click the mouse (should be equal to 24 hours). hour.

2020-10-07

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